freesteam is an open source implementation of international-standard IAPWS-IF97 steam tables from the International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam (IAPWS). freesteam lets you compute water and steam properties for a wide range of pressures and temperatures: you can specify the state of the steam in terms of a variety of combinations of ’known’ properties, then freesteam will solve and allow you to query to find the values of the ’unknown’ properties. The library includes bindings for the Python language, as well as bindings to allow it to be used from the ASCEND modelling environment. For Windows and Mac and Ubuntu users, convenient binary packages are provided.

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  1. Faure, Sylvain; Ghidaglia, Jean-Michel: Violent flows in aqueous foams. I: Physical and numerical models (2011)